Hid­den her­itage brought to life for his­tory lovers

Scar­bor­ough’s hid­den gems were re­vealed to the pub­lic dur­ing this year’s Her­itage Open Days event.

The Scarborough Evening News - - COURT LIST - By Su­san Stephen­son su­san.stephen­son@jpress.co.uk Twit­ter @SStephen­son

The an­nual event cel­e­brates the coun­try’s ar­chi­tec­tural, built and his­tor­i­cal her­itage, with many at­trac­tions open­ing their doors for free.

Places tak­ing part in­cluded Ay­ton Cas­tle, Scar­bor­ough Mar­itime Her­itage Cen­tre, St An­drew’s Church, St John the Bap­tist Church in Cay­ton and Rain­cliffe Woods. Hun­manby also hosted a num­ber of open day events on Satur­day in­clud­ing the Lock up and Pin­fold, Wrang­ham House and a Vil­lage Her­itage Trail.

Our pho­tog­ra­pher Richard Pon­ter was out and about the cap­ture the event.

St An­drew’s church his­to­rian Tr­isha McNaughton, Canon John Toy, model re­storer Tim Sin­gle­tion en­joy­ing the me­dieval Scar­bor­ough Town Model 174328b. Inset, A model of the Cas­tle Keep 174328c

Her­itage week­end with Cay­ton’s St John the Bap­tist Church. Alan Green and Les Hutchin­son ready to show vis­i­tors in­side the won­der­ful church 174330

Al­lan Roberts and Dave Nor­man­dale at Scar­bor­ough Mar­itime Her­itage Cen­tre 174328f

St An­drew’s Church - pic­tured are Jean Glover, Joan Ward and Kath Fore­man 174328e

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